Perched on the edge of the Etendeka Plateau, Grootberg Lodge overlooks the beautiful Klip River Valley.
Accommodations at the lodge consist of fourteen twin chalets and two family chalets constructed from rock and thatch. The family chalets can house up to five people and come with two bedrooms, a sitting room, and a shared bathroom. Each room includes an en suite bathroom with a shower, sink, and toilet. Other amenities include a writing desk, bedside lamps, and coffee and tea facilities. However, the best feature of each chalet is its private deck where guests may relax and watch black eagles soar over the picturesque Klip River Valley as they hunt for food.
Grootberg Lodge is located in Damaraland in northwestern Namibia, about fifty miles from Kamanjab and fifteen miles from Palmwag. It sits in a private concession on land set aside by the Khoadi/Hoas community. It is unique in that it is the first middle-market establishment in the Namibia tourism industry 100% owned by the community. Set within the stunning Etendeka Mountains, it’s the perfect place to view black eagle nesting sites. The Klip River Valley’s permanent springs provide water for the local population of zebra, antelope, and occasionally elephant, lion, and black rhino. Even the skittish klipspringer is sometimes seen leaping about on the steep cliffs.